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Cook County Headlines Pro GMO Campaign

September 29, 2015
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Cook County Headlines Pro GMO Campaign

GMO feed the starving children of India, there is no proven health risk associated with consuming them, they preserve nature, improve quality of life and yield foods with more vitamins and calories – those were the arguments of the pro GMO agenda headlined by the Cook County PR rep Kim Morton at the Palatine Public Library tonight....

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Anti-vaccine doctor Dr. Jeffrey Bradstreet, M.D. dies under mysterious circumstances

August 6, 2015
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According to CBS, Dr. Jeffrey Bradstreet, M.D, an anti-vaccine advocate died in June 2015. His body was found in the river along with the gun. The local sherif ruled his death as apparent suicide. His family is not so convinced. They are raising funds to conduct a “very complicated investigation involving many people and...

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Walgreens: Flu shot or NOT??

September 14, 2014
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Walgreens: Flu shot or NOT??

Walgreens launched a new campaign today: “Get a shot, give a shot”, encouraging people to get a flu vaccine and share their photos on Facebook and other social media networks. This gave me a clue that they have received the new batch of vaccines approved for this year and I decided to stop by to...

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Quick Shopping Guide: How to spot GMO

April 3, 2013
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Quick Shopping Guide: How to spot GMO

Since GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) are still not required to be labeled in U.S.A., it might be tough to spot them in the supermarket. Here is a great tip: Look for the price tag label which has the price look up code. If the number starts with 8 – this is a genetically modified...

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TRICKY NEW CALIFORNIA VACCINE LAW

October 23, 2011
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ASSEMBLY BILL 354 NEW MARKETING – OLD VACCINE By Tim O’Shea at thedoctorwithin.com “Don’t worry. It’s nothing new. Just more smoke and mirrors. In the past few months the vaccine industry has dreamed up a new way to market an old vaccine to adolescents. Assembly Bill 354 is a 3 page document that was...

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One year since BP Oil Spill: What did we learn??

April 21, 2011
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It has been one year since the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, which many called the worst environmental disaster ever. That is, of course, before the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown in Japan. I think this one will top the list. But yet, athorities assure us that there no reason for concern...

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Today: FDA adds mushrooms to the list of radiactive products from Japan

April 21, 2011
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FDA has been detaining products imported from Japan and screening them for radiation and today they added a new one: mushrooms. It looks like they will be denied entry into the U.S. market along side with the following (big) list of products: Spinach, Lettuce, Celery, Cress, Endive, Escarole, Chard, and Collards, leafy vegetables (i.e. turnip),...

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Stay off Sushi and Kobe Beef!

April 17, 2011
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After the 9.0 earthquake and the nuclear melt down in Japan, consider staying off sushi and Kobe beef for a while. Even though FDA, CDC and pretty much any other health/nuclear authority say the radiation levels are safe and there is no reason for concern, having lived through Chernobyl, let me just say, you...

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Legal Aspects of Vaccinations: California, State by State

December 21, 2010
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By Larry Harris at www.gval.com


"The decision whether or not to vaccinate is an important one. No matter where you stand on the issue, there are undeniably risks involved on both sides: on one side is the risk of your child contracting a disease if you decide not to vaccinate; on the other...

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Vaccinations Decoded

September 21, 2010
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Something that all perceive as a safe and responsible thing to do, vaccinations, with its seemingly "noble" history, once zoomed in on closer, is, actually, quite the opposite.

Let's start with history.

Since the 1950s, the polio vaccine has been among the first "noble" examples, saving lives. This remained as Polio...

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